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Going nuts....what to buy??

Discussion in 'Sim Racing Hardware' started by Boby Kim, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. Boby Kim

    Boby Kim

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    I had a G27 for years without a single hickup. Bought a T500. My first one burned through. Received a new base which only works for 50%. (chance of full wheel loss during heavy FFB activity).
    During an inside inspection i saw that the belt has nasty cracks...
    So what to do? Buy a Accuforce DD thinking within long term investment or go for short term going for the upcomming TM TS PC or Fanatec V2
    Spending 2000 euro on a wheel is not done for me but when it lasts for say ten years i would have spend about two midrange TM or Fanatec wheels...
    I really miss the midrange quality...
     
  2. Marcel Kleene

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    Actually the Accuforce is midrange... between Fanatec and Bodnar :)
    I don't regret my Accuforce spending at all. Still very happy with it.
     
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  3. Tim Meuris

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    me neither,
    only hiccup I have is the signal of the paddle shifters crashes easily
    but it comes with a cable that bypasses this flaw
    only thing is you have a wire hanging from your wheel to the back of your wheelbase then
    this is only when using paddleshifting
    and I know a friend who already installed the new 'hub' or how is it called so he no longer suffers from this


    I heared thrustmaster will come up with a direct drive wheel as well
    don't know when or how good it will be
     
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  4. Azure Flare

    Azure Flare
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    You could get an OSW. You can get ones that are plug and play these days.
     
  5. sjb266

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    Get a small mige and simucube. It's really the best option.
     
  6. Tim Meuris

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  7. Boby Kim

    Boby Kim

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  8. Tim Meuris

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    Not been digging deep for info bout it but i read it's not that direct drive wheel they might be releasing, more of an upgraded t300
     
  9. Boby Kim

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    I will see....ordered the TSPC yesterday. Got my tools ready to rip it apart:cool:
     
  10. Tim Meuris

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    I'm curious how you compare this next to the t500. Keep me posted as this might be useful advice for my brother's wheel choice.
     
  11. Richard Hessels

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    Looking forward to see the internals of this device.